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Q: What triangle has angles that measure 46 degrees 90 degrees and 44 degrees?

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Third angle would be 46 degree. 180-44-90 =46

Sum of interior angles of ANY n-sided polygon is (2n - 4) right angles. Where n = 24 this becomes 44 x 90 degrees ie 3960 degrees.

Because it's a right angle triangle use any of the trigonometrical ratios to find the two interior acute angles: tangent = opp/adj, sine = opp/hyp and cosine = adj/hyp The angles are to the nearest degree 46 and 44

It is: 44 degrees

If the polygon has n sides, the sum of its interior angles is 180*(n - 2) degrees. 180*(n - 2) = 7560 (n - 2) = 7560/180 = 42 n = 42 + 2 = 44 sides.

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Third angle would be 46 degree. 180-44-90 =46

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In any triangle, the sum of all three interior angles is 180 degrees.In an isosceles triangle, two of the three angles are equal.We know the 92 can't be one of the two equal angles, because if it were, then the 2 equal angles would add up to 184. The two equal angles must make up what's left of the 180 after you take out the 92.So the two mystery angles are [ 1/2 (180 - 92) ] = [ 1/2 (88) ] = 44 and 44.

When each triangle has another angle that has the same number of degrees in each triangle, in addition to the specified angle of 44 degrees.

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First drop of knowledge: the angles of a triangle must combine to equal 180 degrees. An obtuse angle is more than 90 degrees, a right angle is 90 degrees, and an acute angle is less than 90 degrees. Because an obtuse angle is present, it is already over 90 degrees. Let's say it is the least possible whole number for an obtuse angle, which is 91 degrees. Two more obtuse angles would put it above 180 degrees, which is too much to be at triangle. Two right angles would still put it above 180 degrees, still too much. The only combination left is two acute angles (in this case, 45 and 44 degrees). Thus, even the lowest of whole numbers for an obtuse angle requires two acute angles, so any other higher number will require the same.

44 degrees

Sum of interior angles of ANY n-sided polygon is (2n - 4) right angles. Where n = 24 this becomes 44 x 90 degrees ie 3960 degrees.

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